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VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV

VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV
VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV

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VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV

VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV

1080p Full HD resolution for a crystal-clear picture

  • Smart remote with full keyboard
  • Auto-adjusts picture to room lighting
  • SRS Studio Sound HD for crisp, clear audio
  • 1 Million to 1 dynamic contrast ratio for deeper blacks
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 60.35” x 38.65” x 14.96”, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 60.35” x 36.46” x 2.58”

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  1. 72 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Vizio rocks! Best bang for the buck deal! Amazing 65″ price., November 9, 2012
    Pat (Florida) –
    This review is from: VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV (Electronics)

    So our Samsung 720 61″ Rear DLP color wheel died again and it was time for a replacement. I know I can fix the samsung with a $150 part, AGAIN, but it’s getting old. I did the rounds, checked Sams, Costco, and BestBuy. Found this model as the best bang for the buck. I ended up getting mine from Costco for $1299 which was cheaper than Amazon’s price, but now, two days later, it looks like Amazon has dropped their price with free shipping to basically match Costco’s price with tax. But still, can’t beat the extra warranty and ease of replacement I get with having purchased at Costco. I buy so much from Amazon (absolutely love prime!), but large TV’s like this, I just don’t see the point in going online if you are lucky and can get the same deal (even after tax) locally. I read SamsClub is going to have these for BlackFriday doorbuster price of $1000 (no raincheck), but I don’t feel like waiting in line overnight only to loose out, and I needed a tv now for the family room.

    There is a 3D version of this TV for a few hundred more. SamsClub had this on display. Wow, the front of the 3D version is like a mirror. Just standing back looking at all the TVs, the 3D version of this one was just terrible with so many reflections. I would have paid the few hundred extra for 3D, but it just didn’t seem worth it to have to put up with distracting reflections for the majority of our TV viewing just for that very rare 3D movie. I do not know what they were thinking on why they made that 3d version front so reflective. I tried some 3D tvs at BestBuy and just did not like what I saw. 2D is what most stuff is anyways, so I scratched 3D off our list.

    So on to this TV.

    Assembly – I was amazed I was actually going to need some tools! The instructions actually call for you to place the TV FACE DOWN onto a ledge (dining room table?) so that you can attach the bottom stand mount. No way was I going to do that. I placed it backside on some towels and then just carefully attached the plate from the bottom.

    Instructions – There are basically none! Just a quick start guide.

    Inputs – This is one possible future downside. Only 3 HDMI inputs. 2 on the back, 1 on the side, ALTHOUGH, at least the one on the side is still in quite a ways so I don’t need to worry about the cable sticking out the side. Still, I don’t understand why they can’t provide at least 4 or 5 inputs. But 3 is fortunately enough for me.

    Remote – In setting up the TV, the remote was quite nice. The keyboard is really useful for typing things in now. The buttons at the top of the front though don’t feel that good though. When I press the NetFlix button, I feel a click. But not when I press the two outside buttons.

    Sound – The speakers are on the backside. But since I send all our sound through a Yamaha receiver, I didn’t care what the TV sounded like so I can’t offer any opinion on that.

    TV Stand – I can see how some might consider it a “little” flimsy. I’m not worried at all though. If I grab the side for example to feel/push some of the buttons, it does move a little, but I don’t think this is a big deal.

    So I finally turned it on. It takes about 30 seconds till the image is up. Right away the TV goes into setup mode. It was very easy to follow the instructions. I quickly got the wifi connected. I dont’ broadcoast our SSID and I use WPA2 but it was still very easy to type everything in. It quickly connected. I was able to easily rename the HDMI1 input to DirecTv, the remote’s keyboard really helps. Finally, some TV! I open the DirecTv guide and it is so clear. Everything just pops. Wow, what a picture. It’s just so clear and sharp. And the blacks are amazing. I had some SciFi shows recorded on the DVR and fired up some black dark scenes and it was just amazing. I could not believe some of the details I was able to now see. Absolutely blows away our old 720p DLP. I’m not a picky person but for the first time ever, my wife actually made some comments about the color though. She “thought” the color was a bit dulled. I thought it was fine. I played around with some picture settings. She really liked “Vivid”, it was fine for me too, maybe a little on the aggressive color side. In the end, we just went with “Custom” and turned down the brightness a little. Even though this is an EdgeLit LED, I was not able to see any uneven lighting, everything seemed uniform to me.

    Watching some HD network shows that evening, I will say, the TV is so sharp and clear, that it’s just such a new experience. Like the shows were shot with some new type of camera!

    Later that night, it was time to reprogram our logitech remote. Connected the logitech remote to my PC, and logitech found the model number for this tv. Great! In no time, I had the TV turning on/off and switching inputs.

    Finally, I decided to play around with the apps. This…

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  2. 21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    65″ WIFI LED TV FOR LESS THAN $1500!?, November 9, 2012
    This review is from: VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV (Electronics)

    At $1500 or less, the value of the VIZIO M650VSE blows the competition out of the water, no one else comes close to offering a 65″ LED smart tv for $1500 or less. In the current market for tvs, there’s a huge price point difference between 60″ and 65″ which may change over time, but I’ve personally been trolling websites for months and this is the first 65″ tv with wifi capabilities below $1500. I did not hesitate to order it online when this became available. Being an LED is a huge and unexpected bonus.

    I’ve been on the VIZIO website a lot before pulling the trigger and they have two model series, model E and model M. Model E is offered in 60″ and 70″, and looks super sleek, the frame itself is super thin. For whatever reason it’s not offered on 65″ otherwise I’d scoop that up. The model M is their only 65″ model and its frame is slightly chunky by comparison.

    I’m curious why there aren’t more reviews of this product? Why is VIZO’s only model in their Model M series their chunky 65″ model, while their Model E series has a thinner frame and comes in 60″ or 70″. Are they both new products? If so why make the 65″ inferior?

    I also went all in and bought a soundbar, the VIZIO VHT215, because I figured they would integrate, great reviews online. While the tv only has 3 HDMI inputs, you can run two additional HDMI devices through the soundbar.

    As an extra bonus feature the back of the remote has a keyboard, good luck finding that anywhere else.

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  3. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Stunning Picture With Little to No Error in Perfection, December 12, 2012
    R. Calderon (Virginia) –

    This review is from: VIZIO M650VSE 65-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart HDTV (Electronics)

    First off, let me say I have been a loyal VIZIO customer for at least 4 years and own all VIZIO TV’s. I have had only one issue with a VIZIO TV in the past and that was QA issue, there was nothing functionally wrong with it. This TV was purchased on BF from Sam’s Club. With that being said..

    I have experienced a “glitch” with my TV where, the picture will go out and come back in after a couple of seconds, with the audio staying perfect intact. This occurs with any of the 3 HDMI slots, as well as the component slot, with all known working cables. VIZIO also has an issue with this TV where if you use WPA2 settings for your WIFI security, the remote becomes very unresponsive, if you don’t use WPA2, it works fine. I have tested this and can say this is all true. I, however do not use the remote, and use a Universal remote, but please be aware of this if you are considering purchasing this TV and use WPA2.

    The picture is beautiful, when it doesn’t go in and out. When playing a movie on Blu ray, the crispness and motion flaw is superior. If you are a sports fan like myself, it’s very hard to comment on. Some of the channels I watch, ESPN, FSN, YES, etc. the colors vary. Some are over saturated and others aren’t (ESPN). Watching the main channels (ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC) all seem to be in tune with one another.

    The sound coming from the TV, sounds good, but I don’t use them as I have a 7.1 receiver for my sound, but the built-in speakers are up to par with the big boys (Samsung, Panasonic).

    I do have the Disney WoW Calibration disc to calibrate the colors and settings for my TV. However, I am using the current settings below which are satisfying so far. Once I do a full calibration, I will post an edit with those settings to share. For now, use the below and you should be good to go.

    Backlight – 82
    Brightness – 49
    Contrast – 56
    Color – 70
    Tint – -2
    Sharpness – 6
    Horizontal Position – 32
    Vertical Position – 16
    Horizontal Size – 0
    Vertical Size – 0
    Color Temperature – Custom
    All RGB Gains/Offsets – 50
    Smooth Motion Effect – Off
    Noise Reduction – Low
    MPEG NR – Low
    Color Enhancement – Off
    Adaptive Luma – Off
    Film Mode – Auto
    Backlight Control – Off
    Ambient Light Sensor – Off

    I MUST reiterate, this TV does have an issue if you use WPA2 for security and does experience a glitch where the picture goes out and comes back after a couple of seconds. I did notify VIZIO of this, however, they claimed there are no known issues with this TV. I find that hard to believe. If you check AVSForum’s official M650VSE thread, you will see some of these issues. I sure do not want to have to take down a 65″ TV that weighs close to 100 pounds off a wall, that is 6 feet off the ground.

    Until the picture issue is resolved, I am giving this a 4/5 stars. I would rate it a 3/5, but the remote feature I will not be using with the TV.

    Edit 12/13: I made changes last night to the TV and did not experience the “glitch” I previously posted. I will do some more digging this weekend and will update this review with my findings.

    Edit 12/15: I made the following comment on my post and am repeating it here.. It seems after I made this review, VIZIO has made a firmware update and I received it, even though after contacting their support a couple of days ago and claiming there were no known issues, I can verify I am no longer seeing the picture go out and come back in after a couple of seconds. Again I don’t use VIZIO’s remote, so I can’t confirm anything regarding the WPA2 security use and the delay being resolved. The current firmware is that of: 3.43.847. I will be using the Disney WoW Calibration disc this weekend to update the settings above to the best of my 20/20 vision and have updated my stars on this from 4/5 to 5/5.

    Edit 12/16: I made revisions to the settings above the only major change I made was the tint from 0 to -2 and added the backlight that I forgot which is set at 52. Again this was used using the Disney WoW Calibration Disc.

    Edit 12/18: I have noticed the TV doing the same issue in my review with the picture randomly going out and coming back on. VIZIO customer support can’t figure out the issue and are replacing the TV entirely. Not very happy to take down a TV that is 95lbs and is mounted 6 feet high. I am not recommending this TV until the replacement comes and I know the issue has been resolved.

    Edit 12/29: I talked to VIZIO again, this time someone who had some knowledge. He said to up the Backlight to around 80-85. Since doing that I have not noticed the TV going out (this has been 3-4 days now). I have since cancelled my service request. I’m rating this back to 4 stars. Since there is a 1 year warranty, I will see how things go in the weeks/months to come. If anything changes, I will update as necessary.

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